Warrior, prepare for all that you may face with a sword in hand. Grab the APOC Tactical Jian before you head out on an adventure. Made from 9260 spring steel, this functional sword has a tapered, double-edged blade. It features a black oxide-coated finish. At the base of the blade, the blade widens to form two crossguard arms that angle towards the blade.
Designed by Angus Trim, the full-tang sword continues with a G10 fiberglass-laminate grip. The handle provides a counterbalance to the blade. It ends with a pointed pommel. Finally, this sword comes with a black, fiberglass scabbard. The scabbard is MOLLE compatible. It has four slots for wearing the scabbard in different positions.
In addition, the designs of the scabbard and handle combine together to allow for quiet unsheathing. They also allow for locking the sword into the scabbard. This sword makes a great addition to any set of tactical gear. Of course, when you are not taking it into battle, put it on a sword stand or keep it sharp with some sword maintenance supplies.
History of the Jian
The Jian is a straight, double-edged blade. It originates from China and has the name of Gentleman of Weapons. It is one of the four major Chinese weapons. The Jian has been used for 2500 years.
- Fully functional
- Has a double-edged tapered blade
- Features a black, anodized finish
- Comes with a MOLLE-compatible sheath
- Great for tactical uses
- Blade is 9260 spring steel
- Handle is G10 fiberglass laminate
- Overall Length: 34.5 Inches
- Blade Length: 26.5 Inches
- Blade Thickness: 0.17-0.29 Inches
- Handle Length: 6.5 Inches
- Point of Balance: 3 Inches
- Weight: 2 Pounds
Measurements are approximate.